Brazen Hearts, Fresh, On Sticks - Chapter 9: Nadia Bares Her Soul
Topics brazen hearts
, soap opera
, sword & sorcery
"Oooo! Why are you so mean to me? We used to be best friends! I used to sleepover at your mom’s pit all the time, and we’d stay up all night braiding bones into each other’s hair, making humans sing their funny dirges for us, talking about boys. I looked up to you like an older sister. You were always so stylish and brash and sassy. Mom wouldn’t let me dress provocatively like you did, wearing eyeballs pinned to your frocks, because she said the smell of them rotting would turn on the boys too much. You kissed your first boy before I did, and killed your first boy before I did. You learned to drive before me. I mean, drive slaves to the market.
Run time 0:12:07
"What happened? Why did it all have to change?"
On her way to seduce SreHAAg in the Cathouse Dinner Theatre, Josie is confronted by Nadia. They have a tiff. Nadia expresses herself in song.
For more chapters of the goblin soap opera podcast "Brazen Hearts, Fresh, On Sticks," point your typewriter to http://brazenhearts.blogspot.com.
Featuring Matt as "Chango" and Marci performing the vocal stylings of "Nadia." With special spousal guest Melinda Ann Smith singing the Cathouse Dinner Theatre jingle. "In the Hall of the Mountain King" is the opening theme and "Åses Death" from Peer Gynt, Op. 23: Suite No. 1: 2 (whatever that means) is the music at the end of each episode, both composed by Edvard Grieg.